I think I'll be okay,as its early on. Very treatable.
I will keep you posted. We're all intersecting here at S.I. for this moment.
With gratitude for all you've given
ps. Am sleeeping a little better. (though drinking too much) Thank you.
"Mourning is not forgetting. It is an undoing.
Every minute tie has to be untied, and something permanent
and valuable recovered and assimilated from the knot."
- Margery Allingham
It's strange, isn't it, that some people can be so hideously ugly to individuals but love humanity and do amazing things for large groups of people who they never know. And vice versa people who can dismiss entire groups of people as being unworthy or inferior yet pick one or two "trees in the forest" to nurture and support.
Yet they can not nurture the one person that they vow, before God, to put above all others.
I hope that you have support to face your fight with cancer. That one hits hard to me as well. My MIL died of breast cancer over a year ago. My SIL, her eldest daughter is in a hospital tonight having just undergone surgery. And my FWH is scheduled for a biopsy of his prostrate gland in a couple of weeks his father passed because of a fast growing prostrate cancer. Cancer is on my mind these days as well. You do not know how happy I am to hear that yours seems to be very treatable. I will be adding you to my prayers as well. (((hugs)))
D-Day, June 10, 2012
I am so sorry to hear about your health issues. As another woman of a "certain age" and a cancer survivor, I commend you for the positivity you show for your recovery.
I'm sending you healing thoughts and look forward to your post announcing that you are healed, physically and spiritually.